The Modern Arts Building is a boutique office building in New York City's Bryant Park. It was originally built in the 19th Century for residential use and at one point was owned by Mayor Lindsay of New York. The building showcases a tremendous amount of character through its brick exposed walls, oak floors, and elaborate wooden staircase. The Property is situated among Midtown’s most recognizable buildings, prestigious retail corridors, amenities and mass transit hubs. Bryant Park, New York Public Library, Fifth Avenue Retail Corridor, Grand Central, Penn Station, Port Authority Bus Terminal, Times Square, Herald Square and Madison Square Garden are easily accessible in under a 10-minute walk.
The Ishay Group self performed the complete gut renovation of the building after a fire destroyed much of the building. It is currently exploring the prospect of tapping into its air rights and adding additional floors.